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Number of long-COVID cases continues growing, potentially affecting Hawaii workforce

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                                <strong>“If you want me to live with COVID, then help us live with it.” </strong>
                                <strong>Raechelle “Rae” Villanueva </strong>
                                <em>The elementary school teacher, who was once an avid runner, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in January. Her battle with long COVID has prevented her from running.</em>

    JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    “If you want me to live with COVID, then help us live with it.”

    Raechelle “Rae” Villanueva

    The elementary school teacher, who was once an avid runner, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in January. Her battle with long COVID has prevented her from running.

For Raechelle “Rae” Villanueva of Kaimuki, the popular catchphrase of “living with COVID” has an entirely different meaning from what most people take it for as the pandemic stretches on into a third year. Read more

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